Seaman Paper On The Road
This has been a busy spring for the team here at Seaman Paper! Our retail packaging team has just returned from a jam-packed, successful trip to LUXE PACK NEW YORK, the premier show for creative packaging. We’re happy to be home, but we’re just as happy to be traveling to New Orleans this week to attend SubSummit 2019!
SubSummit, produced by The Subscription Trade Association (SUBTA), is the largest event in the subscription space, which is ever-growing and chock-full of innovation and energy! Subscription boxes possess a unique ability to surprise, delight and magnetize customers, not only with products, but with clever, thoughtful, custom design choices, which is what we’re all about at Seaman Paper! We’re so excited to be exhibiting our coveted suite of tissue and other paper products to subscription industry professionals, from all categories, at all levels.
Following shortly behind SubSummit, we’re off to RetailX at the end of June. The show, which is billed as “the intersection of e-commerce, store design and innovation,” is new this year, but only in name. It’s actually a convergence of three preexisting industry leading events: The Internet Retailer Conference + Exhibition (better known as IRCE), Global Shop and RFID Journal LIVE! Retail. This year, for the first time, all three shows are collocating under one roof—specifically McCormick Place in Chicago—from June 25-27.
Seaman Paper has historically exhibited at IRCE, which is all about eCommerce, and Global Shop, which focuses on the modern in-store experience. As the leading global supplier of lightweight decorative tissue papers for retail packaging and consumer products, we fall right into the wheelhouse of the professionals attending these shows. Visitors to our booth will get a hands-on experience with our premium custom tissue, comprised of designer prints and various colors, patterns and textures, all expertly designed to enhance the shopping experience and promote brand image to customers wherever they are—in-store or in-home.
The newest addition to the Seaman Paper family of paper products has been drawing crowds to our show booths since we launched it in 2018, and we know RetailX and SubSummit will be no exception. We’re talking about SpiroPack™! Void-fill is a necessity, but that doesn’t mean it can’t offer something more valuable. That’s precisely why eCommerce professions are loving SpiroPack—it’s sustainable, cost-effective, and dimensional freight-friendly, while taking up less storage space and producing less mess than other common void-fill materials. We love watching the look that comes over people’s faces as they test it out and realize what a no-brainer packing solution it is for eCommerce!
Watch the video demonstration below and go to www.spiropack.com for more details.
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